Continental Access announces the release of CA4K v1.0, its new enterprise access control and security management platform, integrating access control, wireless locking, PoE and conventional controllers, alarms, video and remote hosted services.
Continental Access, a division of Napco, is known for its enterprise class CA3000 and new CA4K systems. Leading edge features include mobile access support, NFC and Bluetooth LE; remote web interface, remote control and oversight of system.
Continental says its commitment to continuous innovation and numerous integration options is represented by this latest CA4K release.
Said to be “ultra-scalable” from two to thousands of doors, the CA4K enterprise access control and security management platform is easy to use and features easy integration (including API), huge labor savings and a low TCO costs.
It also has a turnkey dealer program to provide RMR-producing cloud-based access and managed services for integrators.
CA4K v. 184.108.40.206 now supports Windows Server 2016 and SQL Server 2014, Avigilon DVR integration, OTIS Elevator integration, multiple host communication servers and multiple wireless lock servers.
The CA4K API is extended to support 50+ functions including support for PIV/PIVI badges and additional functionality is added for wireless locks, including scheduled changes for readers.
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Quite literally the inventors of CardAccess, Continental Access, a Division of Napco, has evolved into the developer of tomorrow’s smart security and facility management solutions today, uniquely creating both its own hardware and software for optimized speed and performance. Next-Gen. CA4K Enterprise Sofware Platform, is an all-new, truly scalable one-box solution – the right fit for right now, and the future. It’s easy and economical to use, program, deploy and maintain, combining integrated access control, wireless locking, alarm monitoring & IP video, plus more integration options & partners than ever. In addition to its own conventional access control panels, Continental now also offers integrated POE controllers, and Networx Wireless Access Locks with built-in ID readers, that each act as multifunctioning, self-powered lock, intelligent edge reader, REX and controller, all-in-one (no panel or PIM needed, for lean equipment costs and dramatic labor savings).